1. Re: Your fedora-tipping atheism makes your fantasy gods boring

      Well I doubt most isekais are thinking much about that - it's something interesting that would happen if you time traveled to the middle ages - everyone would be extremely wary of you, because you (...)

    2. Re: Anti-heroes only: art has become predictable and boring.

      Got me on Harry Potter and the Weasleys. Missed the point with most of the other ones, though. I am not suggesting that protagonists start married, simply that (when they bother mentioning parents (...)

    3. Re: Your fedora-tipping atheism makes your fantasy gods boring

      I agree that these types of stories are annoying, plus the followers of the religions should be based on religions in real life - the good, the bad, and the ugly all in the same group working with or against (...)

    4. Re: Reincarnation/Isekai/Dark Fantasy

      Handle the reincarnation in an interesting way. I haven't read HEAPS of these stories, but from what I have, this aspect is usually done poorly. There are so many ways you can play around with (...)

    5. Re: Summoned/Reincarnated/Teleported to a new world and they want to go home? Seriously?

      The biggest thing is the general reluctance to let go of what you know.  It's one thing when you sign up for it, as you and I did once already. It's another when its just there all the sudden.  The (...)

    6. Re: Reincarnation/Isekai/Dark Fantasy

      Give the world a problem or challenge that the protagonist is uniquely suited to solve.  The protagonist doesn't need to know this problem exists at first, but it gives you a goal to aim the plot toward. (...)

    7. Re: Reincarnation/Isekai/Dark Fantasy

      I'm trying to write a dark fantasy that involves the MC being reincarnated and transported to another world. Does anyone have any tips?